Pakistan has been one of the most unpredictable teams in the world in recent years. They have won the ICC Cricket World Cup once, in 1992. They are also the current holders of the ICC Champions Trophy.
Pakistan has a very strong bowling attack, led by Shaheen Afridi and Haris Rauf. They also have a very good batting line-up, led by Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan.
Pakistan has been in good form throughout the ICC Cricket World Cup. They have won four of their five matches in the group stage, including a victory over England in their opening match.
Pakistan has a number of strengths that will make them difficult to beat in Quarter Final 2.
- Bowling: Pakistan has a very strong bowling attack, led by Shaheen Afridi and Haris Rauf. Afridi is the leading wicket-taker in the tournament, with over 20 wickets. Rauf is also in good form, with over 15 wickets.
- Fielding: Pakistan has a very good fielding unit, led by Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan. Azam is one of the best fielders in the world, and Rizwan is also a very good fielder.
- Passion: Pakistan is a very passionate team. Then, they always give their all on the field, and they never give up.
Pakistan has a few weaknesses that could hurt them in Quarter Final 2.
- Middle-order: Pakistan’s middle-order has not been as consistent as their top order. Fakhar Zaman and Mohammad Hafeez have not scored as many runs as expected.
- Pace bowling: Pakistan’s pace bowling attack is very dependent on Shaheen Afridi. If Afridi is not in form or if he gets injured, it could hurt Pakistan’s chances.
- Spin bowling: Pakistan’s spin bowling attack has not been as effective as expected. Shadab Khan and Mohammad Nawaz have not taken as many wickets as expected.
Pakistan’s Opponent in Quarter Final 2
Pakistan will face the winner of Group A in Quarter Final 2. The teams in Group A are Australia, England, New Zealand, South Africa, and Sri Lanka.
Australia is the favorite to win Group A. They have a very strong team, led by Aaron Finch and David Warner. Australia is also the defending champion, so they will be very motivated to win the tournament again.
England is another team that could challenge Australia for the top spot in Group A. They have a very strong team, led by Jos Buttler and Harry Brook. England is also a very experienced team, so they will be difficult to beat in the knockout stages.
New Zealand is another team that could challenge Australia and England for the top spot in Group A. They have a very good team, led by Kane Williamson and Trent Boult. New Zealand is also a very consistent team, so they will be difficult to beat in the knockout stages.
South Africa is a team that could surprise some people in Group A. They have a very good team, led by Temba Bavuma and Rassie van der Dussen. South Africa is also a very experienced team, so they will be difficult to beat in the knockout stages.
Sri Lanka is a team that could also challenge for a spot in the quarterfinals. They have a very good team, led by Dasun Shanaka and Kusal Mendis. Sri Lanka is also a very passionate team, so they will be difficult to beat in the knockout stages.
Pakistan is the underdog in Quarter Final 2, but they have the team to beat the winner of Group A. Then, Pakistan has a number of strengths, including a strong bowling attack, a good fielding unit, and a lot of passion. Pakistan’s opponent in Quarter Final 2 will be very difficult to beat, but Pakistan has the team to win.
- Pakistan has won two out of their three matches against the winner of Group A in the ICC Cricket World Cup.
- Pakistan has a good record in knockout matches. They have won eight out of their last 10 knockout matches.
- Pakistan is playing in their 13th ICC Cricket World Cup. They have reached the final twice, in 1992 and 1999.